Formosa has so much to offer!
There are thousands (yes, thousands) of sights and attractions for tourists / travelers all over Taiwan. I have been living here since 2000, and I still discover amazing places every weekend when I jump on my bike or a train to roam around the island.
Here is a list (in alphabetical order) of all the cities and major tourist attractions in Taiwan that you can find on this website.
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Alishan – Bagua Mountain – Caotun – Changhua – Dakeng – Dayuling – – Fengyuan – Eagle Mountain – Hehuan Mountain – Lugang (Lukang) – Puli – Qilai Mountain – Sun Moon Lake –Taichung City – Wushe – Yushan
“Tourist attractions in Taiwan?!
I thought that place was just an industrial park.”
Getting to Tourist Attractions in Taiwan
One of the best way to get to tourist attractions in Taiwan is to travel by what is called the “Taiwan Tourist Shuttle“. These buses can take you to more remote destinations where the train or HSR don’t go like Sun Moon Lake, Alishan, Taroko Gorge, and Lukang. You can catch these buses at both TRA train stations and HSR High-Speed Rail stations. At this moment, there are 42 bus routes around the island and they cover more than 100 popular tourist sites. What’s more, prices are reasonable and the buses are modern and confortable.
If you would like to have more information about the Taiwan Tourist Shuttle buses, or if you’d like to see schedules, prices, maps, and a list of the routes, you can visit the Taiwan Tourist Shuttle website.
See my page about Essential Things to do in Taiwan!
More Taiwan Travel Information
Taiwan Visa: What kind of visa do you need to travel in Taiwan?
Getting Around Taiwan: Getting to tourist attractions in Taiwan is a breeze when you know how to use Taiwan’s super efficient public transportation system. Understand how to take the normal train (TRA), fast train (HSR), bus, and how to rent a scooter on Formosa.
Study Mandarin Chinese: Taiwan isn’t just a cool place with touristic attractions and cultural sights – it’s also one of the best places in the world to learn the Mandarin Chinese language.
Hotels in Taiwan: Find accommodation in Taiwan. I also recommend you take a look at my list of hotels in Taipei if you’re planning on checking out tourist attractions in Taiwan’s capital city. If you’re in a rush and you want to book a place to stay in Taiwan right now, visit HotelsCombined.com – that’s where I usually make reservations for places to stay when I travel around Taiwan.